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Wednesday 6 December 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Inner city

This year
Dublin’s new safety action plan to target prolific young offenders and roll out community wardens
The report launched today states ‘there remains a narrative that the North Inner City is unsafe’.
Former Dublin GAA manager Jim Gavin appointed to head up North East Inner City task force
He is taking over the role from businessman Michael Stone.
Former Dublin GAA manager Jim Gavin appointed to head up North East Inner City task force
He is taking over the role from businessman Michael Stone.
Opinion: The Greek model of responding to drug use is worth keeping an eye on
Tony Duffin of Ana Liffey project and his long-time friends, Dr Brian Melaugh and Dr Austin O’Carroll visited Athens to see how drug use is handled there.
All time
President Higgins leads tributes to Dublin community activist Fergus McCabe who has died aged 71
President Higgins said he was part of the “beating heart” of community campaigning.
Teenager due in court in relation to fatal stabbing of 20-year-old in Dublin's north inner city
Glen Osborne (20) was killed in the assault in Ballybough on Wednesday night.
'Some families lost four of five children to drugs': Being a GP in Dublin's inner city
Many homeless people are reluctant to seek medical treatment, for a number of reasons.
Two more guns recovered as four men remain in custody over foiled gang hit
Gardaí said this was the 45th time officers had foiled a potential gangland hit.
Alan Hutch appears in court charged with stabbing brother Ross Hutch last night
The court heard that “there appears to be an ongoing dispute” between the pair.
'I loved every minute': This inner city programme for unemployed youths has a 90% success rate
This programme was developed by Trinity College and brought together community groups, local businesses and young people eager to get into the workforce.
Church of Scientology cleaning up needles on Dublin's Sheriff Street
The church has said it was welcomed by locals when volunteers visited recently to plant flowers.
Gardaí launch murder investigation after fatal shooting on North Circular Road
It’s believed Gary O’Brien died after he was shot in the head.
Is everything ok with the government's proposed regeneration of Dublin's north inner city?
The Mulvey Report concerning that regeneration is to be launched this evening.
"I felt like I had a mountain to climb": How these young Dubliners got back to work
The Career LEAP initiative sees young people receive training and work placements to boost their career prospects.
Pictures: 12 fabulous shots of Dublin by one amateur photographer
For Dermot Kavanagh, photographing Dublin satisfies his urge to “roam the streets”.
Enda Kenny's been visiting inner city Dublin and it's been going quite well
Locals are staying cautious though.
"We're all proud to be townies, nothing's going to change that"
The Dominick Street flats will get a €29 million refurbishment.
FactCheck: Is Sinn Féin right about how many gardaí Dublin's inner city has lost?’s FactCheck looks at a claim made repeatedly by Sinn Féin.
'For some, crime is the most realistic chance of owning a home, buying a car or having a family'
DCU graduate Mark Kelly describes his sadness that names he remembers from childhood have found themselves caught up in the recent gangland feud.
Man charged in connection with Gareth Hutch murder denied bail
A woman has also been charged with failing, without reasonable excuse, to disclose information to the gardaí.
Gardaí make three arrests in 24 hours in gangland crackdown
Three people are now being held.
"Not prepared to remain silent" - Dublin community procession takes place in protest against crime
A community procession has taken place this evening in Dublin.
"People don't care about Sheriff Street until someone gets murdered"
Social Democrats councillor Gary Gannon, who grew up on Sheriff Street, showed us the area.
Pressure is growing to reopen Dublin's 'Fort Apache' station
The Lord Mayor has said not reopening the station would be “unacceptable”.
'Worse now than the heroin epidemic of the 80s' - Christy Burke on drugs in Dublin
The Lord Mayor said the capital’s problems haven’t changed that much in the 30 years he has been a councillor.
"Horrific": Gangs passing drug debts on to families bereaved by suicide
And children as young as 15 are involved in ‘tiger kidnappings.’
Rough sleeper numbers up as Dublin's inner city hits 'crisis point'
The council’s homeless executive admitted it’s spending more than it would like placing families in hotels because of the demand on services but said that’s better than leaving them on the streets.
New DIT campus will 'radically change the face of Dublin's north inner city'
Speaking today after visiting the site, junior minister Paschal Donohoe said the development would bring employment into the area and boost the local economy with the custom of 10,000 students.
Illegal rubbish dumpers told: "Dublin City Council is coming after you"
A Dublin councillor said that landlords need to have adequate facilities for their tenants when dumping.
Exploring 'flat life' in recreation of 1930s Pearse House home
Photographic exhibition running in both gallery and renovated old flat puts life in inner city Dublin through the decades on show.
Column: Markets like Moore St are the heart of our cities, and must be saved
The humble street market is in danger of being forgotten as developers move in – but it represents our real heritage, writes Barry Kennerk.
Man arrested in Dublin inner city over sale of cocaine
Gardaí also seized cocaine worth an estimated €105,000 as part of the operation.
Samaritans take to the streets of Dublin's north inner city
Volunteers will be available in public areas in the inner city to encourage people to talk about their problems.
In pictures: The street traders of Dublin and their prams
Photographer Susan Weir has documented the fruit vendors – and their individual vehicles.